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Affordable or Free Events in Clarksville This May?

4/28/2022 (Permalink)

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What’s Happening in Clarksville This Month?

There are many exciting things happening in Clarksville,TN and surrounding areas this month. As Clarksville grows, so does the list of activities stemming from new businesses and local organizations.

Whether you are looking for a date night for you and your sweetie or a family day out, we have date ideas and family friendly events throughout the month of May.

From downtown Clarksville to the outskirts, there’s free or affordable things to do around town this month.

May 5 - July 9: Line Dancing Class

Want to learn line dancing? Kleeman Rec Center has a new line dancing program that will not only teach you some moves but give you an amazing low impact workout! Presented by the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department.

When: Tuesdays from 6 pm to 8 pm

Where: Kleeman Rec Center, 166 Cunningham Ln.

Who: for ages 8+

How much: $30 per person

More info: Register online here.

May 7: Clarksville Queen City Road Race

For more than 40 years, the Queen City Road has been the premier running event in Clarksville. The race features a 10K that takes participants along the Cumberland River and through McGregor Park, a 5K that features Liberty Park in its entirety, and a 1-mile fun run inside the park as well. All three courses (1 mi, 5K, 10K) are certified with USA Track & Field. 

Registration is open to the first 1,000 participants. Registration will remain open until max is reached.

Must register by April 22nd to be guaranteed a shirt.

Find more information and register online here.

May 7: Clarksville Scavenger Hunt

A fun-filled Saturday in Downtown Clarksville as the community comes together to support and celebrate LOCAL businesses all over Clarksville! Travel around downtown and meet the faces behind the businesses, participate in games and activities, grab a drink from one of the local breweries, and kick back for some great entertainment.

This event is FREE to the community! (Food and drinks available for purchase)

LOCAL Businesses, LOCAL Craft Beer, LIVE Entertainment, Activities for the Kiddos, Shopping, Great Food

And MUCH More!

Vendors and local businesses will be set up from 11am to 6pm. Raffle at 6pm. The live band goes from 6-8pm.

If you are a local business and would like to join us and set up a booth at the downtown commons, apply here -> Vendor Application

Here is a list of businesses participating:

&Vinyl, 105 Social, 931 kicks, Above Us, American Pride Boxing, Antique Cache and Collectibles, Arapaap, ArtLink, Blackhorse, Bo Society & Books, Brand My Swag, Brushing Brothers Painting PLLC, Caledonia Forest, City Boy Country Life, Clarksville Collection, Clarksville Physical Medicine, Cliff White Agency Farmers Insurance, Courtney’s creative palette, Cultivated Visuals, Cuppow Collectibles, D AND D COMPANIES INC, Drafts by Olasubomi Gallery, E&J 3D Printing, Edward’s Steakhouse, Emerald City CBD, Evil Nash Brewing, F.A.I.T.H. Cancer Care Foundation, Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation, Fanelli’s, FBC Merchant Services, Founding Frothers, Game Hub, Golly G’s, Grand Division, Gray Smoke BBQ, Hall Group Senior Planning, Health Markets Insurance, Hearts in Balance, Hempspired, Hippington, Homes for Heroes / Keller Williams, Hot Pita, HUDUBAM, Inflate, Ironwood Dental, Irreverent Warriors, Jake and Jo, LLC, Jolie’s Chateau, Journeys eye, Kings Bluff, Kwiktax, Lather salon, Legend Acres, LKB2 Fitness LLC, LOCAL Clarksville, Madeleines, Make Your Mark Framing, Mickey’s, Miggy Boards Cornhole Crew, Mildred & Mable’s, Mom and Pops Music Shop, N & F Computers, New York Life, Nicoletta’s Catering, Operation Iron gym, Orange Theory Fitness, Ox and Cart Leather, ParaPooper, Pro Studio 7, Pup’s Plants, Pure Romance, Puroclean of Clarksville TN, Reda Home Builders, Rune In The Moon, SAFE: Soldiers and Families Embraced, Salon Uplift, Sanctuary on Main, Scentsy, Simply Sweet by Jenny, Snapshotz Portrait Studio, Sneaker Riots, Stafford Title, The Star Spangled Brewing Company, Strawberry, Alley Ale, Sugar Smiles Cotton Candy, Tater Heads, Tennessee Edge Home Inspections, Tennessee Valley Brewing Company, The Gutter Professionals, The Joe Padula Show, The Press, The Sol Press Co., The Vine on Franklin, Tito Boba, Total Balance Massage & Wellness, Trazo meadery, Trendy Little Camper, Trendy Rooster, Tristar Bank, Valor Designs, Wedding Belles, Wild Roots Wellness, Yada, YAIPAK, Your CBD Store, Your Happy House Cleaner

May 14 - October 1: Downtown Clarksville Farmers Market 

Join Downtown Clarksville for Opening Day of the Clarksville Market!

The Clarksville Downtown Market is a weekly open-air market featuring farmers and artisans who offer locally-grown fresh produce, food items, and handcrafted products. The Market strives to provide an opportunity for customers to connect with local businesses while enhancing the quality of life in our community. Enjoy live music, meet our Market mascot, “Corny the Cob,” and participate in special events on select market days.


Returning Saturdays, May 14 - October 1, 2022 (except September 10)

8:00 AM to Noon


1 Public Square, Clarksville, TN 37040

Find more information click here. 

May 20 - May 21: Kiwanis Rodeo

@ The Montgomery Co. 4-H Arena on Rossview Road.

The 33rd annual Kiwanis Rodeo is a PRCA ProRodeo Event. All proceeds from our rodeo benefit the children of our community. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the rodeo begins at 7:30 p.m. Adult tickets are $20, children under 12 years old’s tickets are $15.

The rodeo will feature the following events:

Bareback riding

Steer Wrestling

Team Roping

Saddle Bronc Riding

Tie-Down Roping

Barrel Racing

Bull Riding

Find more information and discounted early bird tickets, click the links. 

What’s Happening in Clarksville, Tennessee this April?

4/7/2022 (Permalink)

tulips on an orange background, the words "whats happening in clarksville" words in the center of the tulips From downtown Clarksville to the outskirts, there’s free or affordable things to do around town this April.

What’s Happening in Clarksville, Tennessee this April?

There are so many exciting things happening in Clarksville,TN and surrounding areas this month. From downtown Clarksville to the outskirts, there’s free or affordable things to do around town this month.

4/8  Lunch with the Trucks

As part of the United Way fundraiser, Lunch with the Trucks will take place on Friday, April 8, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Clarksville Food Trucks will have Kona Ice, Big Mike’s Little Doughnuts, B’More Salty and Firelime Offshore Grill set-up at Veterans Plaza located at 350 Pageant Lane. Make plans to have Lunch with the Trucks! Find United Way’s Facebook here.

Kona Ice of Hopkinsville/Clarksville

Big Mikes Little Doughnuts

B’More Salty TN

Firelime Offshore Grill

Clarksville Food Trucks

4/9  Father/Daughter Date Night 

A perfect night out for fathers, uncles, grandfathers and positive male role models of all kinds to enjoy. Join the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department’s Father/Daughter Date Night event for a circus themed night out with your favorite girl. 

Games, food, dancing, and prizes will make this a night they won’t forget! The event is open to girls 5 to 17 years old and accompanying adult. The fees are $25 per couple plus $15 each for every additional child.

The event runs from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 9, 2022.

Sign up for the event here. Find the Facebook event here.

4/8 - 4/9  Beachaven Winery’s Poor Man’s Sale

Beachaven Winery’s annual Poor Man’s Sale is THIS weekend!

Make plans to shop with them, either in-store or online this Friday and Saturday.  All of their wines will be on sale and select varieties will be available at a deep discount for sealed cases.

Winery hours for the sale are 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

Find their website here.

4/29 - 4/30  Friends of the Library Used Book Sale

Books cost no more than $1, and all funds go to the Friends of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library. The opening night will be a Friends-only preview from 4-7 p.m. Anyone may join the Friends of the Library for $5 at the door.

The book sale will be open to the general public on:

Friday, April 29, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, April 30, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and new this year, the sale will carry over to

Sunday, May 1, from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.

Check out their info page here, a Clarksville Now article here, or their Facebook page here.

Anytime, Visit the Explorers Landing at the Customs House Museum

New Memories, New Adventures, New Explorers Landing! Exploring Our Town is a new and improved hands-on educational exhibit that fosters curiosity and tells the story of Clarksville. It’s an adventure for all ages. Explorers Landing closes at 4:30 pm daily. 

Sponsored by the Clarksville-Montgomery County Community Health Foundation and the Kiwanis Club of Clarksville, Inc. 

Find more info at their page here.

January Local Events in Clarksville, TN

12/27/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Montgomery County logo with gold stars surrounding it and hanging from the top advertising local events near me What is happening in the Clarksville, TN area this January? Here is a list of local January events in Montgomery County.

11/23 - 01/02

Christmas on the Cumberland

The City’s "Christmas on the Cumberland" event Presented by Blue Cord Realty is sure to create lasting memories this holiday season as thousands experience the captivating displays of over one million lights at McGregor Park. Admission is free. Open nightly.


Montgomery Co. Vs Ft. Campbell Broomball Game

Broomball is coming to downtown Clarksville! Come on out to the Downtown Commons and watch the reigning champions, Fort Campbell take on Montgomery County in this annual event! Sponsored by the Nashville Predators.This is a free event and starts at 6:00 p.m.


Downtown Clarksville Art Walk

Produced by The Downtown Clarksville Association, First Thursday Art Walk is a free, self-guided tour that combines visual art, live music, engaging events and more in the heart of Downtown Clarksville. Held each month from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. — rain or shine! 

The First Thursday Art Walk spans a 5-block radius within the Historic Downtown Clarksville area. With 10+ venues, bars and businesses participating each month, the First Thursday Art Walk in Clarksville is the ultimate opportunity to savor and support local creative talent.


Mayors Power Breakfast

Join the Mayors Power Breakfast featuring Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett and Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts. Attendees will enjoy breakfast, hosted by the Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce, while learning more about the local community. Breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m.

Tickets are $35 for Chamber members and $40 for non-members. RSVP by contacting Sierra at or 931-245-4342.


Business After Hours

Come network with other local business owners at this free monthly event from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Food and drinks are provided. No RSVP required. Hosted by Project 2231 at 2231 Madison St.


River City Clay

6 Week Courses – The key to learning to make pottery is repetition and practice. Their 6 week courses are a great way to dip your toes in the world of ceramics as well as hone your craft.

Schedule a Party – Making your own pottery is an incredibly fun and memorable experience that makes for a great party or date night idea. River City Clay offers a private event booking as well as a date night session for two.

River City Clay is located at 115 Franklin St Clarksville, TN 37040. To schedule a session, email or call (931) 542-6615.

For More

We are local! SERVPRO of Montgomery County is locally owned and operated, so we are part of this community too. When you have a cleaning or restoration need, we’re already nearby and ready to help. We take pride in being a part of the Clarksville, TN community and want to do our part in making it the best it can be.

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What's Happening in Clarksville, TN?

11/30/2021 (Permalink)

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11/23 - 01/02

Christmas on the Cumberland

The City’s "Christmas on the Cumberland" event Presented by Blue Cord Realty is sure to create lasting memories this holiday season as thousands experience the captivating displays of over one million lights at McGregor Park. Admission is free.


Noel Night

Celebrate the holidays with fun and special discounts at Seasons: The Museum Store! Enjoy holiday treats, live entertainment, a take-home activity, the F&M Bank Huff & Puff Express Model Trains and a very special guest from the North Pole.


Downtown Clarksville Christmas Parade

The annual Christmas Parade, jointly sponsored by the City of Clarksville and Montgomery County, is held on the first Saturday in December at 5 pm. Businesses, civic organizations, government agencies, and churches are invited to be a part of this tradition by preparing a float or driving a fun vehicle all decked out in holiday cheer! Spectators can enjoy the parade for free anywhere along the route which begins at Austin Peay and goes through Historic Downtown Clarksville. For safety purposes, spectators are asked to please stay off the roadway during the parade.


House of Prieto Presents: Christmas on the Cumberland

This will be their 5th event here in Clarksville!
This holiday season we are celebrating Christmas like no other, with Santa, a cookie hunt for the kids and over 80+ local vendors! The whole family is invited!


RED RIVER BREEZE: A Celtic Christmas Returns!

Enjoy traditional holiday tunes and carols performed by Clarksville's own acoustic Celtic band, featuring Stephanie Taylor on hammered dulcimer, concertina and recorders; Melanie Beck on fiddle; Michaela Allemand on Irish flute and whistle; Toby Sooter on cello and vocals; David Magers on guitar, hammered dulcimer and vocals; Nate Wojciechowski on djembe and hammered dulcimer; and Grace Cantrell on bodhran, bowed psaltery and guitar. Red River Breeze and special guests will play old favorites as well as new arrangements of ancient carols. Expect some special surprises as well! 

12/18 - 1/9

Downtown Commons Winter Ice Rink

Open Skate happens every day, Pond Hockey Monday - Wednesdays. Prices range from $12-$15. The ice is available by sessions. Check out their Facebook page for updates and hours.

Do You Have a Back-to-School Family Emergency Plan?

8/13/2021 (Permalink)

No one ever likes to think that an emergency could happen to them, but the reality is that disaster can strike anytime, anywhere, including while your child is at school.

Even if you never end up needing your family emergency plan, it's best to be prepared just in case. Having a solid plan in place will give you everyday peace of mind and, in the event of an emergency, could save lives.

Emergency Contacts

Make a list of 1-3 trusted emergency contacts who can pick up your child from school in the event that you are unable to. Be sure to notify these people and get their permission. Review the list with your child to ensure they're comfortable with these people, know how to contact them by phone, and know what their vehicle looks like.

Communicate with the School

Ensure your child's school is kept up to date about who is allowed to pick them up. They'll need correct contact information and sometimes require a form of identification for their records. Many schools have materials they distribute to indicate designated pick up areas and other important info.

Drop Off Location

If none of the emergency contacts can be reached by phone or they're unable to pick your child up in a timely manner, alternative transportation may have to be arranged. Be sure to have a designated alternative drop-off spot. This could be a friend or relative's house, or another trusted location. Be sure your child knows the location, their current address, and phone number so that they can accurately tell authorities how to get there safely and to contact you.

Reevaluate Each Year

As your child ages, changes schools, or your family moves, it's smart to update your plan annually. 

Although we hope your family never experiences an unexpected disaster, if you do, SERVPRO is available 24/7/365 for emergency service. Learn more here.

June 2021 Volunteer Work at Loaves and Fishes

6/15/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Montgomery County volunteering at Loaves and Fishes in Clarksville, Tennessee SERVPRO of Montgomery County loves helping our Clarksville community!

June 15, 2021, a few of our employees at SERVPRO of Montgomery County volunteered at Loaves and Fishes. Loaves and Fishes is a local nonprofit in Clarksville, Tennessee, that serves meals daily to those in need.

Our crew members were able to help make a difference in their local community. Are you interest in volunteering? Check out Loaves and Fishes volunteer opportunities. SERVPRO of Montgomery County is proud to help our community when we are able!

Volunteer Review

"Loaves and Fishes of Clarksville was in need of additional help to prepare and serve meals. A call was put out and a member of SERVPRO management asked the staff for volunteers. In walked the cavalry! David, Lorenzo, and RJ took on food prep tasks like pros, served the guests with kindness and big smiles, and helped get the kitchen standing tall before they left. Thank you gentlemen and thank you SERVPRO! THE PROFESSIONALS WHO SERVE!"

-Mary Cooper